Non-alcoholic beer during breast-feeding of a baby: a safe alternative to an alcohol-containing analog
The pregnancy period is associated with many restrictions for a woman, and even after childbirth, many things have to be abandoned. Alcohol-containing beverages are prohibited. Non-alcoholic beer with breastfeeding is a compromise between the wishes of the mother and the care for the health of the child, as well as a way to increase the volume of breast milk.
Answer to the question. Can a non-alcoholic beer be breastfeeding? is sufficiently single-valued. Rather, yes, than not, because:
- it becomes a substitute for an alcoholic beverage, thus allowing the desire of a nursing woman to drink beer without harm to the child;
- According to some data (first of all, the experience of moms), beer promotes lactation, but these data are not confirmed by doctors;
- beer contains a large amount of vitamin B, which is necessary for the normal functioning of the body, as well as brewer’s yeast.
In other words, non-alcoholic drinks for nursing mothers are an outlet that can be used without much harm to the baby, as everything that a woman eats and drinks gets into breast milk, and a quality soft drink will be even beneficial.
If you use this drink with the mind, not exceeding the measures and not every day, then it will only benefit.
Traditionally, the beneficial properties of beer is considered to improve the condition of the skin and hair. For nursing mothers, this is salvation. But there is a product and contraindications: diseases of the urinary system and the gallbladder.
Many women, unwilling to harm a child, use non-alcoholic beer during lactation and note:
- improvement of skin condition and reduction of hair loss;
- satisfaction of taste requirements occurs after 1-2 sips;
- infrequently - bloating at the very mom and baby;
- allergic reactions to beverage components;
- the volume of breast milk really increases.
The increase in the amount of milk produced in the breast by the use of a non-alcoholic drink has not been scientifically proven, but among many mothers, it has been positively influenced by this process. Those who are afraid to take risks or simply do not want to drink non-alcoholic beer can use other ways:
- contrast shower and circular breast massage;
- the application of the newborn to the breast on demand;
- Do not give the baby another fluid before the introduction of complementary foods;
- lactogonic teas and infusions;
- medicines based on herbs, stimulating lactation.